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  • 1

    Santa Cruz

    California, USA
    132 reviews

    Santa Cruz is a fun little town with beaches and redwoods. The university's mascot if the banana slug, which you'll probably see on a walk in the forest.

  • 2

    Monterey

    California, USA
    126 reviews

    Didn't realize how popular of a spot this was until driving through there in the middle of July. This is tourist central, but I recommend coming in a time that is less crowded and enjoy the great atmosphere, weather, restaurants and aquarium. Great place to visit with kids too.

  • 3

    Pacific Grove

    California, USA
    16 reviews

    Pacific Grove is a nice little town just south of Monterey. There's a path along the shore and plenty of little parks and beaches, but watch out driving along the coast since everyone takes their time and the tourists aren't paying attention. There's also a posted tsunami hazard.

  • 4

    Capitola

    California, USA
    17 reviews

    Cute little resort town. We had a low maintenance casual lunch at a pub for burgers & sodas with a view of the water. Little main street area was fun for us to buy taffy & fudge etc. My son made a Build a Bear-like Sea Otter at a little store. Had a local seaside town feel.

  • 5

    Aptos

    California, USA
    4 reviews

    Nice little beach town south of Santa Cruz. The beach is long and broad with brownish sand. On a clear day you can see all the way to Monterrey.

  • 6

    Carmel Valley

    California, USA
    17 reviews

    One of the most relaxing travel experiences I've ever had.

  • 7

    Carmel

    California, USA
    87 reviews

    There is a little something for everyone in Carmel. Gorgeous windswept California beaches? Check. Art galleries filled with well-known and up-and-coming artists and sculptors? Yep. Add to that great restaurants, sumptuous hotels and a one-of-a-kind outdoor theater in town, multiplied by Big Sur, Monterey, the 17-Mile Drive and monarch butterflies within an hour's drive, and you've got a full-service vacation ...

  • 8

    Moss Landing

    California, USA
    9 reviews

    great place to see seals and otters, rent a kayak, take a boat trip, or buy fish at Sea Harvest, our favorite fish market.

  • 9

    Gilroy

    California, USA
    15 reviews

    Gilroy has numerous great wineries in the area! Generally it is $5 to taste about 5 wines. Great place to go to have a lot of wineries in close proximity and avoid the crowds and high costs of Napa/Sonoma. Clos la Chance Winery is my favorite. It has a gorgeous view and great wine.

  • 10

    Pebble Beach

    California, USA
    48 reviews

    The famed golf course in Monterey. Beautiful scenery with the ocean backdrop and stately mansions on the course. Saw Tiger win his historic US Open Championship here.

  • 11

    Felton

    California, USA
    1 review

    Felton is easily accessible from Santa Cruz or Boulder Creek yet it feels a world apart. Set up in the redwoods, this small town offers some fun adventure. There are some good restaurants yet it is the gateway to nature which most people are after. Roaring Camp and Henry Cowell State Park are here. California's oldest state park, Big Basin, ...

  • 12

    Seaside

    California, USA
    13 reviews

    A beautiful beach town that will give you a lot of beach to relax on. Come here as you are going north or south and enjoy a quick dip in the vast ocean in front of you. I really liked it because it wasn't as busy as some of the other beaches nearby.

  • 13

    Marina

    California, USA
    7 reviews

    Marina is almost a suburb of the more popular Monterey. As you come in on Hwy 1 going north, you're probably looking toward the beach, so you don't notice the strip malls and cheap housing on the other side of the highway.

  • 14

    Watsonville

    California, USA
    1 review

    they grow great strawberries

  • 15

    Davenport

    California, USA
    7 reviews

    Davenport is beautiful and wild. Walk along the bluffs overlooking the ocean and you will more likely than not see migrating whales spouting. If you descend to the beaches bring some layers as it gets cold anytime, and dont forget to pack your trash out. Be very careful swimming here, the water is treacherous as well as very cold. The ...

  • 16

    San Juan Bautista

    California, USA
    4 reviews

    Something about this town keeps bringing me back, pulling me off Hwy 101 to its old-fashioned Wild West downtown. Everyone flocks to the old Spanish colonial mission that starred in Hitchcock's classic thriller "Vertigo". But there are other reasons to stick around afterward, like the antiques shops, quaint garden restaurants and a state historic park. Pick up a loaf of ...

  • 17

    Hollister

    California, USA
    1 review

    If you're into the great outdoors and miles and miles of farmland, Hollister is the place to visit. Come here for sky diving and if you're interested in going to the Haunted Corn Maze during Halloween. Close proximity to the Gilroy shopping outlets and cheap(er) and larger homes, compared to the Bay Area, but a bit too far from "civilization."

  • 18

    Pescadero

    California, USA
    14 reviews

    The quintessential small town.

  • 19

    Ben Lomond

    California, USA
    2 reviews

    My old stomping grounds! Hanging out by the river before, DURING and after school!

  • 20

    Paicines

    California, USA
    1 review

    Decent little town, good for a quick stop for supplies before your hike at the Pinnacles.

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